Havboka

Havboka

Kunsten å fange en kjempehai fra en gummibåt på et stort hav gjennom fire årstider.

To menn i en liten båt. Et monster i havdypet under dem. Det er er utgangspunktet for Havboka. Fra den lille øya Skrova utenfor Lofoten undersøkes havet gjennom historie, fortellinger, vitenskap, poesi og mytologi. Hav er opphav, og rommer de utroligste livsformer. For forfatteren blir havet en rik kile til forundringm nye innsikter og salte eventyr.

Title:Havboka
Edition Language:Norwegian
ISBN:null
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    Havboka Reviews

  • Jennifer

    Shark Drunk: The Art of Catching a Large Shark from a Tiny Rubber Dinghy in a Big Ocean was quite the pleasant surprise. I thought 8+ hours of audiobook was a bit long to listen about someone catching...

  • Rebecka

    This is an absolutely awesome book, even though it's a bit all over the place sometimes. You could really just open it anywhere and start reading, because the chronology isn't all that important. Part...

  • Bjorn

    Two friends, a writer and an artist, try to catch a Greenland Shark from a small boat in northern Norway. (Yes, the name of the shark is a bit misleading; in Norway and Sweden it's known as bitch shar...

  • julia

    2.25 Stars.This was a total cover and title buy, which proved to be not my best decision all in all. I struggled with the whole idea of this book and really, that there was not a whole lot of plot. Ho...

  • Paul

    At the Northwest of Norway far above the North Sea lie the Lofoten islands. The waters here are incredibly deep and lurking at the bottom of them is s relic from the past, the Greenland shark. This is...

  • Mark

    I knew nothing about Greenland Sharks, before reading this true-life adventure story but I learned a lot about this prehistoric beast, along with many other marine life tales. I also loved the Lofoten...

  • Rhonda Lomazow

    Five stars to this wonderful read.An amazingly true story two old friends a tiny rubber boat a shark hunt .Also a fantastic look at life at all the ocean holds &their own unique personalitys .A unique...

  • Moonkiszt

    Stroke of genius. That's what this book is.Seriously. Deserves 5 stars, but 2 are held back just on technicalities.Remember Monty Python's ". . . and now for something completely different. . ." Well ...

  • Michal

    I really enjoyed this book. It is not too epic, it is more about life at sea, life in the far north. It is about adventure, seemingly meaningless feat. But for someone, it can be fulfilling. I believe...

  • Josh

    William Finnegan, author of Barbarian Days , says in his review "The Greenland shark is the bait, but the point is not to catch the fish." That's for sure. The point is to follow StrĂžksnes as he thi...